The painter named Jean-Pierre Weill, just like many artists has realized repeatedly that coming up with something truly original is not an easy task. Although it was challenging, he has been inspired to be innovative and has culminated creative practice in his signature by producing 3D paintings on multiple panes of glass.
This approach to painting that has resulted into pieces evocative of a pop-up book is named vitreography by Weill. He was able to produce scenes that appear to recede into the distance by playing with perspective, all he did was stacking multiple sheets of clear glass on top of one another and separating the layers with inferior frames. Viewers will be invited to look more closely at each image and shelter the limitation of tradition painting all because of this technique. The depth invites viewers to come closely to see, Weill also explained on Bored Panda. That the illusion of movement is created by light and shadow.
Expressive portraits, multidimensional still-face and captivating landscape are all included in Weill’s 3D painting collections. Be sure to follow him on Instagram. If you have interest in learning more pertaining to his paintery practice and the unique process. And, if you wish to purchase your own work of vitreography art, check out his website.